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The Austin Java Users Group brings together Java developers in the Austin area to share ideas, discuss advances in technology, learn about best practices and solutions and generally promotes the use of Java. The AustinJUG accomplishes these goals with presentations from industry leading speakers, "hometown heroes" meetings, expert panel discussions, reviews of products from leading Java vendors and networking on-line and at social events.

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Spring Boot Best Practices

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Hi Fellow Java Enthusiasts,

We are back to having live in-person meetings now after a long break! We are fortunate to have a great speaker named Craig Walls provided by Jay Zimmerman at NFJS. Craig will speak on the best practices for using Spring Boot. Please see the information below to register for the Lone Star Symposium which always gets high marks from our members.

We will also be raffling off a free pass to the Lone Star Symposium worth $1275 at the early-bird price and regularly $1425!

We are at a new room (300 E Highland Mall Blvd # 110) this meeting sponsored by recruitAbility who will also kindly provide pizza and drinks before the meeting starting at 6:30 PM. The main meeting will start at 7:00 PM. Please RSVP so that we can order the right amount of Pizza and drinks.

Spring Boot Best Practices
In this example-driven session, we'll review several tips and tricks to make the most out of your Spring development experience. You'll see how these tips fit into a real (albeit small) Spring application and be able to take them with you as you apply them to your project.

Spring has been the de facto standard framework for Java development for nearly two decades. Over the years, Spring has continued to evolve and adapt to meet the ever-changing requirements of software development. And for nearly half that time, Spring Boot has carried Spring forward, capturing some of the best Spring patterns as auto-configuration.

As with any framework or language that has this much history and power, there are just as many ways to get it right as there are to get it wrong. How do you know that you are applying Spring in the best way in your application?

About the Speaker
Craig Walls is an engineer with VMware, Java Champion, and the author of Spring in Action, Spring Boot in Action, and Build Talking Apps. He's a zealous promoter of the Spring Framework, speaking frequently at local user groups and conferences and writing about Spring.

The NFJS Lone Star Symposium
The 2022 Lone Star Software Symposium returns to Austin on November 4-6th. Early Bird Rate ends October 7th. Register today! Go to https://nofluffjuststuff.com/austin for more information!


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